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healthcare, you have education. the key is, people don't know what that means. do i need to be a nurse, do i need to be a doctor, do i need to be a teacher? but the answer really is, if you are in customer service in healthcare, can you do data analysis in healthcare? can you do technology for the software programs that are in healthcare? a lot of it is the population going out and getting retrained in order to take the jobs that are needed. > so technology, that mantra is you really have to be training yourself for the jobs of the day. they're not around anymore, the kind of jobs that used to be. > > it's a different world. everything is different, right? styles change, jobs change. the problem is, if you have been doing the same thing for 20 years, 15 years, 30 years, and you're unemployed, the odds are you probably weren't that good at it to begin with. > tell me about temporary workers, temp-to-full-time. what about contractors? > > temping contracting is really bigger than it's been in the past five, six, seven years. companies are putting their foot in the water. they need people to do
consumption. a big thing the chinese save for its health-care. if we can build a health-care system in china to create a safety net that frees up the link to go into domestic consumption. cheryl: to chinese employers pay for health care? >> no. rich: you think that model in the u.s. has to change? >> will change. we will see with the beginning of the exchange that the comes into the mario draghi. liz: employers will start saying can't cover it? >> it is different than that. what is happening is employers had passed off 50% of the increase in health-care costs to their employees. very slowly but surely employees are picking up larger and larger portions of health care. if the trend continues in the next five years employees will be paying as much for their health care as employers are so even if there's -- individuals will be shopping, they will be looking for the best deal and we will have a consumer market place regardless. liz: when you look at how the insurance industry has changed, what do you privately and i asking a of fox business viewers, what do you think we could do this so much be
that stems from the healthcare law and basically says that supermarkets have tollable all kinds of foods. they are get in big trouble if they don't. basically something that is unpackaged. from a bakery or the favorite cupcakes. the salad and food bars and hot bars out there. basically you have to label everything or what happens. >> if you don't label it supermarkets face thousands of dollars worth of fines and executives at supermarkets could be put in federal jails. >> shannon: you can go to jail if you don't label the foods correctly under the federal regulation? >> that is absolutely right. a sweeping regulation that affects thousands items in the supermarket. because of this we could see a number of items going away. i can guarantee that you that shoppers will see higher prices at the register. >> shannon: how does this work essentially? stems from the healthcare law but my understanding is this comes from the food and drug administration which has admitted that this didn't necessarily extend to supermarkets and grocery stores but they decided they are going to. >> that is absolute
rhetoric, about universal healthcare, and who should get that... should that be extended to the entire population? i think a good place to start is with the children. my god, we should be trying to take care of our children. you know, the issues about adults are very complex, and, you know-- many adults-- the reasons they're unhealthy are because of things they do themselves or do to themselves. but kids are incredibly vulnerable, and i would think it would have to be a priority of ours to try and protect and ensure their health. marc shiffman: there are too many people out there... who are senior citizens-- fixed low income. medicare is their only insurance, and as they get older, as they get sicker, as they need more medications, they are having to make difficult choices. - hi. how are you doing today? - hello, mrs. phillips. - how are you? - it's good to see you. my social worker spends some time almost every day calling up drug companies, filling out forms to get special dispensations for medications. people break pills in half to stretch them, or they just go without because they'
in 365 days. with no presidential election, no stimulus programs on the horizon and healthcare reform upheld, 2013 should be smooth sailing for the economy, right? to almost no one's surprise, it's not that simple. despite that, in our cover story, we found a few people willing to stick their necks out and share with us their predictions. most everyone we found had reason for measured optimism. housing prices, for example, are going up. "there's hope that you can climb out. that's just a game- changer." and that opens up housing- related investment, which in turn may help stocks. "i see certain sectors helping the stock market. i see that true of the housing sector. look at real estate, look at building supplies, things that have been down in the past." as for jobs, john challenger says though the economy has been adding an average of 150,000 jobs a month, we may not need that many to make unemployment itself go down. the reason - baby boomers. "there are many more baby boomers retiring, so we don't need nearly as many new jobs as we did a decade ago." as for overseas trade, china's e
it is the cleveland clinic with 28 doctors and healthcare professionals. some 48,000 employees. 4.6 million patient visits. it is the envy worldwide of many hospitals and health care clinics. toby cosgrove runs the whole thing. i want to start here in davos with the question, whose model do you respect? >> there are a lot of places that do it really well. mayo clinic. we are very similar organizations. i am a shameless dealer of great ideas. liz: do you go in and watch they'll clinic surgeries? >> four years i went around the world to find new surgical tech takes. now i encourage all of my physicians to go someplace at least once a year to find new technologies. even if they are going and looking at an assembly line. do something to understand a new set of ideas to try to bring innovation to healthcare. liz: you just told me that last night, you had dinner with john chambers of cisco and a top executive from microsoft. >> we were talking about big data and how it is coming together and how we can use this to our advantage. if you take all of the data in the world, 95% of it has been created in the
, on national tv, that this government proposal we have is just one more choice for healthcare, and you can keep your private insurance you want it, at the time someone should have pointed out, wait a minute, if people don't have any choice what happens to their healthcare, their employer will decide. 200 million people have healthcare taken through employer paid insurance? so what choice do you and i if if we're working for dupont, what happens to our choices? now you know it costs a thousand per worker to insure a worker with health care and the government fine if you don't follow it is $2,000. so it's a perfect incentive to move more people off private insurance and health and human services as sebelius said, the private healthcare insurance industry is in a death spiral. of course they're in a death spiral. that the intention. if you eliminate then it's easier to move to singing-payer system which president obama has said, this is his goal and might take five, seven, eight, ten years. >> we're going next to ken and then alex and robert and then alicia, tom, chris, and lauren fox toned. >> i
in super bowl this year. huge numbers. healthcare massive in this country as we know about healthcare costs. >> people upset about this kate upton ad. she is not using a bikini or using herself as a sponge. >> pretty girl tries to sell car. this happened through out. >> really? >> are you outraged? >> i am outraged about the money fraudulently going to prisoners. about the super bowl advertising. it is a carnival of distractions. >> the 124 million being blown on people who shouldn't get the money. the media out there says you know what you guys are ridiculous to make a stink about this. this adds up. what do you make of that? >> i will give you another number. 787 million which is the number that a recent inspector general report found went out in 2010 in graed lent fraudulent tax refunds to people in prison in this country. almost a billion dollars. three quarters of a billion dollars in fraudulent tax refunds. >> here we go. >> that should be an outrage. >> right. the president and the democrats time and again, lindsey before getting that money in they are saying
, michigan, fast enough - some of the addtiional business an indirect result of healthcare reform. "our technology is automation. so the higher the government wants to make labor costs, the better for us." but some of the vendors who brought machines to keep it moving - no matter who's making it - say they are getting more inquiries but not full commitments yet. still, it's enough for nick kuecker's kansas city company that designs and builds these sorts of systems to look for more people to hire. "we're moving from hardware to software. so you're looking for i.t. people? yes, i.t. dot-net, c+ code writing and plc engineers for our company." the manufacturing outlook leads chris williamson, chief economist at financial information services firm markit, to believe the growth of gdp and non-farm payroll will accelerate in the first quarter. government cuts to defense are blamed for a huge loss at general dynamics. that tops our look at 4th quarter earnings this morning. general dynamics reported a $2-billion loss as its information tech business slows due to a decline in government contra
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several efforts to do that, involving millions of patients through a large health-care system like kaiser and many others, in which we are doing research for doing actual practical trials in these very large groups -- or doing actual practical trials. the advantage is you are making discoveries in the place where they will be implemented, rather than doing it, for instance, in an academic center where they meet -- where there may be a gap between development and getting it to the community. there's also bringing in the community at the get go and making sure the kinds of questions asked will give you the kinds of answers that people in the community are looking for. >> reinvention is always appreciated for both of you. what type of oversight or financial controls are in place to ensure that federal funding is being used effectively to prevent and treat substance abuse, use, disorders, and mental illnesses? what needs to be done? what changes are needed? >> i will start with that question. for almost all of our programs, we do an evaluation to see what kind of outcomes we are getting and w
the hard choices to reduce the cost of healthcare and the size of our deficit. but we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the generation that built this country and investing in the generation that will build its future. david: so will america have to learn to live with the european-sized deficit? let's ask gerry seib, the "wall street journal" political editor. first of all, why are you here in new york when the inauguration is in d.c.? >> too much insanity down there. david: all right. he made a reference to the deficit but immediately followed that reference with a big but, he said we have to cut the deficit but we need to continue to spend more money for a bigger government? >> i think you have to think of this inaugural as having messages for both republican opposition and also his own base. i think the message to republicans was look, i have an agenda for a second term. it is going to include some things we didn't get around to like climate control in the first term because we were dealing with an economic crisis, and to his base he's saying look i'm not
in the field of healthcare or nursing from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu. >>> 5:43 a.m. eastern time. that is the capitol. bill karins told me it's supposed to be snowing in d.c. >> hard to see. >> hard to see. small snow. really, really small or big picture. >> let's go over and get a check on the weather with nbc meteorologist bill karins. somewhat balmy. >> nothing to see this week. record highs. cold at the end of the week. tornadoes, ice this morning. no big deal. >> no big deal. no armageddon. >> this is crazy this week. let's start with this morning. the snows are moving into the baltimore area, washington, d.c., will go over to freezing rain. this mess will be into philadelphia during the peak of the rush hour and new york city as we go through the tail end of the rush hour. snowing pretty good central p.a. the pink near hagerstown, charlottesville, virginia. a lot of freezing rain reports out there. this mess was last night in chicago in the great lakes. thankfull
it. and i think that if i look back on his first term, i think of two things. one was the healthcare and foreign paul is a maybe because i'm writing right now about a president bringing a country into a war it didn't need. i think in a way president obama is winding down wars. >> rose: that's one of the things in the atmosphere about him. jon meacham, three presidents that you know well now, andrew jackson, thomas jefferson and george bush 41. how do you assess the first term of barack obama. >> i think if president obama had somehow lost in november, he would have a very strong historical hand to play. because the prevention of more economic disaster in 2009 is something that is not fully appreciated in real time by people who are suffering, historian like that kind of thing. you could have an assessment of how he had done and he had done pretty well in doing that. and i think that that great historian, the gibbin of our time joe by i put it correctly when he said osama bin laden is dead and detroit is alive. it's been a difficult four years i agree with bob on health insurance. i
bargaining agreement west virginia the bakers unions and that amounted to 80 different healthcare plans and then 40 different pension plans, and what everybody knows and research shows is that states are on the verge of bankruptcy because they have three trillion dollars of underfunded pensions, thanks to public sector workers. >> in the case of hose success, i will say this, there were him in -- nimrods running the country, and ran it into the ground. >> doesn't help when you have to deal with 400 different -- >> might be a point about that. carolyn, he we are with wages out of walk with the wrying right to work states. how are people going to get jobs if the governments see that and realize they want cheaper jobs? >> well, neil, would argue that we have seen productivity go up and wages go down so i would challenge the fundamental function it's okay to pay nonliving wages. it destroys the middle class. the middle class is the back bone otherwise the economy. the fact this recession has gone on so long has a lot to do with the fact we don't have much of a middle class anymore. so if we
. for purposes of rallying public opinion behind issues like healthcare. the obama for america structure did not have the same kind of punch outside of a presidential election year that it did in 2008 and 2012. it will be interesting to see if they figure out how to unlock that forced and make it work this time. host: is that due to the agenda of the first term rather than not effectively using them? some pointed to the speech citing, liberal,. rists.r guest: those things dovetailed together. his grassroots support is more liberal than centrisrt. host: in "the new york times" -- guest: that is true. political cycles start much earlier than they have in the past. it is always hard to predict how long a presidential impact will last. if the democrats were to pick up seats in the senate or take back the house and 2014. it could extend his ability to get more done later in his term. at the white house, if you ask him about the timetables they have, they are very acutely aware of the risks of waiting beyond this year or early next year. they have got a lot of stuff backed up already. really testi
through healthcare reform. [applause]this means investing and preventative care and aligning incentives with patients to encourage healthy lifestyle choices. king county is already doing this and it is working. we will improve the health of all in washington as we move from sick care to the true health care system we deserve. we need to leverage our medicaid and state employee health care and engage healthcare providers and community clinics to find innovative payment models and healthcare delivery systems that incentivize quality over quantity, value over volume. [applause]effectively implementing the affordable care act, it will save us money. we will remove hidden tax of hundreds of dollars paid monthly by all our state insurance citizens. we can do this for the health of our families and for the health of our economy. when we make our health system more efficient, we lower the cost of doing business and our state. the state will have a clear advantage to recruiting and obtaining the jobs of tomorrow. this session, we must make sure washington gets this right first, and i look forwar
of the effort is. overwhelmingly, the u.s. government support in african countries. today category of healthcare, education, and agriculture. security is a very minor part, but an important part, but a very minor part. i think that is probably as it should be. the defense strategic guidance that i referred to in my opening comment tells me that in africa, we are to seek a light footprint and innovative approaches and low costs approaches to achieving the united states security objective. we have one base in africa. we have about 2000 people. it supports not only u.s. africa command, but u.s. central command and the transportation command as well. that is our residence on the continent. -- that is our presence on the continent. there are 100 personnel who are supporting africans in the effort to joseph kony and his senior lieutenants to justice. they are indicted by the international criminal court. there is a u.s. log that tells us to do that -- u.s. law that tells us to do that. if there is a law that tells us to do that, we go and do that. and it is important part of the consideration. as i me
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averse people hiding in healthcare. a lot of them, i know what you're doing to go into the more cyclical names like industrials. >> we will talk about that in a few minutes, as a matter of fact. >> nasdaq holding the upside, apple is not helping things. let's good it seem why mody at the nasdaq. >> we are seeing the nasdaq outperform major indies indiesys. with today's move, apple does reclaim the title as the world's most valuable company in the world, which is, as you know, it did lose to exxonmobil briefly on friday. that the latest in the market cap challenge. another bright spot we continue to watch as julia boorstin pointed out. social media. facebook ais ahead ofity earnings report. chinese internet stocks. analyst running that investors who believe in the growth of china's internet could consider baidu. back to you, sue. >> thank you, seema. >>> briefly yields on the ten-year note top since april 25. is the play at longer end of the curve or not? rick santelli is tracking the action at the cme. ricky, i know they are watching the ten-year but they are also watching the 30-year yi
with an aging population, rising health-care costs, global competitiveness and all those issues. guest: and the size ofconomist our deficit as well the democrats feel you need higher crop -- higher taxes to bring money into the treasury to bring -- to pay for services. host: linda in middletown, conn. caller: a previous caller said republicans should judged not lest they be judged for the fighting is, republicans love passing judgment on everybody else but themselves. like the way they constantly plot -- blamed the death of obama and totally distance themselves from the 80-year buildup of george bush. he spent as into this recession and obama has to spend to get us out especially since the republicans and their corporate bodies have done nothing to create jobs. the republicans voted against the president's jobs bill which was a slap in the place for americans looking for work. host: what did you hear? do you suspect president obama will initiate more spending? guest: there are a lot of constraints about that and when you look at it from an economic perspective, there is more fiscal con
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to the health-care exchanges. coverage of mental health and substance abuse disorder services is one of the 10 essential benefits required in qualified health plans. the insurance expansion of first challenges and opportunities. experts predict that the newly insured population will have a greater need for mental health coverage. as we think about how to meet this need, there's an opportunity to realign our health-care system to better integrate primary care and mental health services. in reading of the testimony last evening of our witnesses, many of our witnesses spoke about that, this integration of primary care and mental health services. this committee has been very supportive of the expansion of community health centers. they have been a great addition, they are wonderful primary care providers. how do we integrate mental health care services in with those community health care services? 50 years ago, president kennedy signed the act of 1963, which led to a major shift. people who -- the results were mixed. many people were not able to access the community-based services and treatment th
rare. >> at the civic center, it is believed to be the biggest event on the west coast. >>> healthcare law requires insurance plans to cover the cost of conception. dozens of lawsuits have been filed by charities and schools who say the ban violates their religious beliefs. it seems likely the supreme court will eventually take up the issue. >>> fda is taking uptighter restrictions on pain killers including vie den. they want -- vicodin. they want it to be considered a level 2 drug. the fda has not said if they will act on the recommendation but hydroco doesn't is the most -- hydrocodone is the most prescribed painkiller in the u.s. >>> flights from tokyo to seattle and seoul are also canceled. the cancellations are a expected to -- are expected to affect 32,000 passengers nationwide. it has been ground following a series of battery fires and investigators have not determined what is causing those fires. >>> according to the court, they have filed bankruptcy and she claimed 1100 in assets and 792000 in liability and most of the debt comes from attorney fees and court costs. one comes f
by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, it could save you thousands in out-of-pocket costs. call now to request your free decision guide. i've been with my doctor for 12 years. now i know i'll be able to stick with him. you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients. plus, there are no networks, and you never need a referral. see why millions of people have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp. don't wait. call now. >>> nice led zeppelin setup to start the day. >> rigeuters is reported investigators have said manufacturing is part of the problem for the engine failure of the f 35, a lockheed plane and the irony is the bad parts made by parker hanafin and when replaced, they will be alloweded to fly. and lockheed part but the part ter made by ph. >>> saying profits will be lower because of surn sandy, i saw you tweeting this at 5:00 in the morning. >> this one takes the cake from excuses standpoint. never have i seen so many excuses in one felt swoop. not just sandy,
, they would not be accessing obamacare, they would not get healthcare, they would not get federal government subsidies during that time as they are applying for their citizenship. so, these are things that are all going to be ironed out on capitol hill. the question is, how much opposition will there be, considering that republicans look at the political landscape that has changed? i mean mitt romney lost to 27% of the latino vote in november. that is a big demographic shift towards the democrats and republicans are looking at tha. jon: i also remembered when ronald reagan signed the immigration act of 1986 that was supposed to end the illegal immigration problem once and for all and here we are with 11 or so million illegal aliens back in this country. is there the feeling that this could fix it once and for all? >> reporter: i think there are skeptics on both sides of the aisle. i do think that the focus on security along the border is being first, and that was tried in 2007, you'll remember by president george w. bush and senator mccain, frankly, and that focus first is really what this p
, healthcare and limiting the government spending. >>> hillary clinton has been called first lady, senator and secretary of state. what about noble peace prize winner. a petition popped up on-line urging the noble committee to recognize hillary and her husband bill for their humanitarian work around the globe. meanwhile democrats posted their own on-line tribute to her. on the web site they posted their own petition to thank clinton as she is stepping down as secretary of state. those are your headlines. >> thank you so much, ainsley. a supermarket you know well in the south. the fresh market. ainsley was enlightening us about. it's beautiful. flowers, fresh gourmet coffee. an experience to go shopping there. >> a little pricey. >> they would be having a sale for milk. 2.99 sale for a gallon of milk. you go in pick up other items you will save a little money on milk. not so fast. state regulators are put the smack down on your cheap milk if you live in the south. >> kind of amazing. the rationale of course is that milk is a commodity it is supported by u.s. taxpayers. we guarantee them a b
are much greater than we originally thought and we will reverberate through the health-care system is four years to come. finally, i would like to tell the committee about a program called mental health first-aid. it we believe in educating communities about mental health. you may know mental health disorders often began manifesting as early as 14 years of age. according to the american psychiatric organization, the first obvious signs occur between 18-24. on average, it takes eight years of the treatment. from the time treatment begins, the cost of medicare -- mental health care services are higher and effectiveness is reduced. that is why we are excited about mental health first aid, early intervention and early detection and implemented run the enough to help millions of our citizens in psychiatric distress. this to be similar to first-aid training by the red cross. this is key to the public health approach. mental health first-aid training has been offered to police officers and other first responders from rhode island, denver, dormitory staff in colleges across the country and local y
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